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Candidates from both parties have traversed the state over the past two weeks, visiting local hotspots and flooding the airwaves with ads.
Indiana has 57 Republican and 92 Democratic delegates for their party national conventions this summer.
Thirty of the Republican delegates will go to the winner of the statewide primary vote. GOP rivals Donald Trump or Ted Cruz are likely to share the remaining 27 delegates as three are awarded to the winner in each of Indiana’s nine congressional districts. Trump is looking to strengthen his front-runner status. Ohio Gov. John Kasich effectively ended his Indiana campaign last week with a deal letting Cruz face Trump head on.
Indiana’s Democratic delegates are awarded based on the vote percentage for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders in each congressional district.
originally posted by: Konduit
This is do or die for Lyin' Ted, some of his supporters are already going into full meltdown mode.
GLENN BECK in Distress, Warns Indiana: Don’t Screw This Up – ‘I’ll Be on Suicide Watch’
originally posted by: Sargeras
originally posted by: UKTruth
This might be very very close tonight... there seem to be quite a few confident Cruz people around right now.
If my limited interactions here in Indiana are anywhere close to the reality state wide, it is a Trump landslide.